Friday set another record for air travel in the U.S. since the pandemic began. TSA said they screened more than 1.5 million people at airports on Friday.
Air travel numbers soared during the spring break period even as health experts expressed concerns over rising coronavirus cases in some states. Friday’s number marked the 23rd straight day when more than 1 million people have flown by air.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention released their new travel guidelines for fully vaccinated people on Friday. The CDC said they can travel throughout the U.S. without getting tested or quarantining.